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Abril 22, 2019 01:48 PM NZST

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c.2mH, in tall but thinly-rooted tradescantia among wild regen native forest on a steeply sloping bank above the stream.

This specimen within a few metres of two adults c.5m H (part of the canopy between mahoe, pate and ti kouka), and one other juvenile. No seedlings observed so far in or under the tradescantia, and few if any on the streambank or pathsides below.

Stems flexible enough to bend and break. To be monitoried for regrowth.

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Abril 22, 2019 01:40 PM NZST

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too poor a photo to ID from, but I had no doubt it was this when i found it under Tradescantia in wild regen streamside forest, among lots of ?Dicksonia sporelings 3-=40cmH, adult mahoe, ponga, nikau, kanono, hangehange, with kiekie approaching from the bank below, and Parsonsia heterophylla in the low canopy above.

Above this point the trees are mostly planted kanuka, mahoe, karo, karamu and kohuhu, with no understorey except a few juvenile mahoe and karamu, no seedlings, sporelings, or ferns observed under the Tradescantia.

This is the only such specimen observed or uncovered so far throughout this bank ie c.20m x 20m.

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Helechos Arborescentes Género Dicksonia

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Abril 22, 2019 01:40 PM NZST

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? About a dozen sporelings or juveniles found in shallow run-off channels, under deep Tradescantia, on a steep bank amid wild regen native streamside forest. Wheki the dominant fern on the streambank below, with ponga and mamaku present too.

Observations of four different specimens made in case they are not all the same species, but I feel they are.

Last image shows bank below for context, not the higher part of the bank on which the sporelings are growing.

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Helechos Arborescentes Género Dicksonia

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Abril 22, 2019 01:40 PM NZST

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? About a dozen sporelings or juveniles found under deep Tradescantia on steep bank amid wild regen native streamside forest. Wheki the dominant fern on the streambank below, with ponga and mamaku present too.

Observations of four different specimens made in case they are not all the same species, but I feel they are.

Last 2 images show the bank below for context, not the higher part of the bank on which the sporelings are growing.

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Helechos Arborescentes Género Dicksonia

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Abril 22, 2019 01:40 PM NZST

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? About a dozen sporelings or juveniles found under deep Tradescantia on steep bank amid wild regen native streamside forest. Wheki the dominant fern on the streambank below, with ponga and mamaku present too.

Observations of four different specimens made in case they are not all the same species, but I feel they are.

Last 2 images show the bank below for context, not the higher part of the bank on which the sporelings are growing.

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Helechos Arborescentes Género Dicksonia

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Abril 22, 2019 01:40 PM NZST

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? About a dozen sporelings or juveniles found under deep Tradescantia on steep bank amid wild regen native streamside forest. Wheki the dominant fern on the streambank below, with ponga and mamaku present too.

Observations of four different specimens made in case they are not all the same species, but I feel they are.

Last 2 images show the bank below for context, not the higher part of the bank on which the sporelings are growing.

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Abril 22, 2019 01:25 PM NZST

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some tradescantia removed around it to release Dicksonia? juvs to 50cmH, during late summer drought after some days of rain; ground cover partially replaced by broken tree privet branches and loose tradescantia

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Abril 22, 2019 01:24 PM NZST

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upper margin of wild regen streamside forest, with planted native trees on bank above (left/ behind camera), mainly mahoe, kanuka, karo and kohuhu

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Abril 22, 2019 01:25 PM NZST

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on floor of planted and wild regen native forest, mahoe, kanuka, kawakawa and karo here with no understorey and tradescantia ground cover. On margin of wild regen streamside forest with dense understorey.

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Septiembre 7, 2018 11:45 AM NZST

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on wall of culvert formed by sudden collapse of soil in 1998 due to permanent run off, with waterfalls during heavy rain runoff from steep bank to right with housing and roading above.

The nikau, then c.1-1.5mH with little vegetation nearby after hand weeding of tradescantia, ginger and montbretia, was carried down into the channel but continued to grow. A boardwak was constructed over the channel.

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Matamoscas Amanita muscaria

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Abril 24, 2019 05:39 PM NZST

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appearing in last week under apiquidambar and pohutukawa in small grassed urban reserve. Observed here in previous years.

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Marzo 29, 2019 04:21 PM NZDT

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Dead, at roadside margin of 1999-planted native trees with scattered earlier and subsequent wild regen, extending the preexisting diverse wild regen along streamside banks below (beyond background)
Tradescantia throughout forest floor

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Albicia Amarilla Paraserianthes lophantha

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Marzo 29, 2019 04:21 PM NZDT

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The smaller of two within 10m overhanging both a treeless area and the forest canopy below, near top of steep streambank a few metres from the roadside margin of 1999-planted native trees with scattered earlier and subsequent wild regen, extending the preexisting diverse wild regen along streamside banks below (beyond background)
Tradescantia throughout forest floor

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Marzo 29, 2019 04:21 PM NZDT

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beside leaning wattle on bank over stream. Opposite streambank in background, is bordered by housing to the largely unfenced ie undefined boundary of the Reserve

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Marzo 29, 2019 04:20 PM NZDT

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Near roadside margin of 1999-planted native trees with scattered earlier and subsequent wild regen, extending the preexisting diverse wild regen along streamside banks below (beyond background)
Tradescantia throughout forest floor

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Marzo 29, 2019 04:20 PM NZDT

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Near roadside margin of 1999-planted native trees with scattered earlier and subsequent wild regen, extending the preexisting diverse wild regen along streamside banks below (beyond background)
Tradescantia throughout forest floor

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Marzo 29, 2019 04:20 PM NZDT

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Near roadside margin of 1999-planted native trees with scattered earlier and subsequent wild regen, extending the preexisting diverse wild regen along streamside banks below (beyond background)
Tradescantia throughout forest floor

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Marzo 29, 2019 04:20 PM NZDT

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Under mahoe and other trees with recently cut Japanese honeysuckle and oth plant, near roadside margin of 1999-planted native trees with scattered earlier and subsequent wild regen, extending the preexisting diverse wild regen along streamside banks below (beyond background)
Tradescantia throughout forest floor

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Madreselva Lonicera japonica

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Marzo 29, 2019 04:19 PM NZDT

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in mahoe and other trees near roadside margin of wild and planted regen native forest. Located vines cut and uprooted where possible over recent months, so most of this vine is already dead.
With moth plant,only partly reached for control due to steepness of bank

Near roadside margin of 1999-planted native trees with scattered earlier and subsequent wild regen, extending the preexisting diverse wild regen along streamside banks below (beyond background)
Tradescantia throughout forest floor and in treeless areas

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Trueno Ligustrum lucidum

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Marzo 22, 2019 01:20 PM NZDT

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Distant on streambank, seen in subcanopy, from top of bank near roadside, using telephoto lens, among nikau, mahoe, kanuka etc in coastal lowland streamside forest. Several large adults flowering above native canopy within 100m,

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Trueno Ligustrum lucidum

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Marzo 22, 2019 01:20 PM NZDT

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foliage seen in subcanopy, from top of bank near roadside, using telephoto lens, among mahoe, kanuka etc, on streambank

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Abril 22, 2019 12:25 PM NZST

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probably planted, given its size, in dense native planting along top of stream bank at roadside 1999. also probably the commonest tree species wild throughout this streamside forest

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Abril 22, 2019 12:25 PM NZST

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centre, probably planted in dense native planting along top of stream bank at roadside 1999

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Abril 22, 2019 12:24 PM NZST

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behind outer fence of school playing fields

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Abril 22, 2019 12:25 PM NZST

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probably, unless K. linearis planted 1999 in error

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Madreselva Lonicera japonica

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Abril 22, 2019 12:24 PM NZST

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dead vine on dead karamu. Vine cut in ad hoc intervention during informal survey mid-2018. Karamu may already have been dead.

Several juvenile Tree privet to 2.5mH here had foliage reduced at that time. (Still present, see red flagging tape x2, but no longer suppressing native vegetation)

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Abril 22, 2019 12:23 PM NZST

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Abril 22, 2019 12:22 PM NZST

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centre

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Abril 22, 2019 12:22 PM NZST

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on left

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Abril 22, 2019 12:22 PM NZST

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dead vine in canopy of karo, stem cut and uprooted recently at base of one of these trees. More vines on steep bank behind these trees. this pic taken from the other side of a wide road, using telephoto lens. Its the first time I've seen the vine in the tree, as it is too hard to cross the road usually. (This observation during Easter holiday). Before cutting the vine, I walked back along the roadside and craned my neck until I could see a small bit of foliage in the top of the tree, confirming ID of vine (which, to me, looks very similar to Parsonsia heterophylla, a native vine common in this reserve and present from ground to canopy about 20m from this observation).

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